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More delays over SABC board hires

The process to fill three SABC board vacancies has been delayed yet again in parliament. Almost a year after the resignation of Bongani Khumalo, Thembinkosi Bonakele and the controversial

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SABC roasts DA over legal fee claims

The SABC has denied it’s been paying the legal fees of its chief operating officer and former chair. On Monday, the Democratic Alliance accused the SABC of paying Hlaudi Motsoeneng and Zandile Tshabalala’s recent legal fees. Communications minister

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SABC footing Motsoeneng’s legal bill

The SABC is footing the legal bills of its chief operating officer, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, and its former chair, Zandile Tshabalala, as they battle charges against them, it has been revealed in parliament

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Frans Matlala is new SABC CEO

Frans Matlala has been appointed as the SABC’s new chief executive officer. A consultant to the public broadcaster for project management and strategic advisory services, Matlala has been a keen supporter of the

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No crisis at SABC: Muthambi

The SABC is not in crisis, according to communications minister Faith Muthambi. Muthambi has further promised that a new CEO for the public broadcaster — a position which has been vacant for months — will be hired “any time now”

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Director booted from SABC board

The SABC board passed a vote of no confidence in nonexecutive director Hope Zinde and removed her from the post on Thursday. “Today’s meeting managed to only deal with issues relating to one

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Call for ex-SABC chair to ‘pay back the money’

The Democratic Alliance wants former SABC chair Zandile Tshabalala, who resigned last December, to “pay back the money” she received during her 22-month tenure at the public broadcaster. “A reply to a DA parliamentary question reveals that former SABC chair

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Political storm erupts over SABC

A court battle is set to rage over newly expanded powers that communications minister Faith Muthambi has gained over the SABC board, City Press newspaper reported on Sunday. “The changes

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